Would you like a resource
to help your students excel at their Individual Orals?
This Literature Pack is just what you've been waiting for.
30 x 60-minute lessons
Time-saving, Fully-resourced, Instantly-usable
25 resources including highlighted text extracts
Clear, step-by-step approach to Individual Oral preparation
Pre-reading, during , post-reading discussion activities
Student-focused Workbooks :Vocabulary, Plot, Comprehension, Characters, Themes
EVERYTHING you need to help your HL students prepare
for the Individual Oral.
This pack will save you hours and hours of preparation time.
Based around the award-winning, highly acclaimed young adult novel,
The Pebble Champion.
The story of a gay teenager coming to terms with
the death of his mother, and dealing with powerful themes like loss, grief, guilt, coming-of-age, identity and
the need for inner strength,
The Pebble Champion is a “beautifully-written exploration into self-awareness.”
Your fully-resourced pack contains ...
The PDF version of the novel.
Make as many copies as you wish
Save money by not buying bulk copies of the book
Students can annotate and highlight the text as they read – or/and ..
Students can read electronic versions.
You also get ALL of the following:
Resources to help your students explore the novel
1.1 A Pre-Reading Discussion Lesson.
Students make predictions about the book.
Students make connections to themes and ideas.
1.2 A Mini-Research Project
about the setting of the novel.
1.3 Ten Chapter-Discussion Lesson Slideshows
1.4 Three Student Workbooks (Vocabulary, Comprehension, Chapter Summaries)
Each lesson encourages students to discuss their personal responses to each chapter, and talk about themes, characters, language and ideas.
After the discussions, students then use the vocabulary booklet, the comprehension booklet and the chapter summaries booklet to complete …
10 Vocabulary Questions
10 Comprehension Questions
A Chapter Summaries Task
1.5 Answer key booklets are provided for each of the 3 student workbooks.
1.6 A Post-Reading Discussion Lesson
to encourage students to reflect on their connections to the novel.
Resources to help your students prepare for the oral
2.1 Characters Student Workbook
2.2 Themes Student Workbook
Students make notes, create mind maps and generate questions and answers
so they can make rehearsal recordings to use as a revision tool.
2.3 Part One Teacher Resources
Contains a handy 5-step Planning Process and a useful 5-step Speaking Process that students can repeatedly use when planning and delivering their practice presentations.
Also contains 20 Text Extracts which begin with 10 pre-highlighted aspects for students to make notes and comment upon. These then gradually diminish, until students can identify and comment upon relevant aspects independently.
Plus, two extracts are available for Mock exams and two for the Final examination.
2.4 Part Three Teacher Resources
This is so students can predict the sorts of questions they might be asked, and then prepare their responses.
Ideal for peer practice activities.
2.5 Suggested Lesson Schedule Booklet
Lesson plan overview with activities, objectives and homework tasks for 30 Lessons.
25 Reasons to purchase this useful pack!